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Diet

Omnivorous, feeding mainly on plants, but also on insects, fish, small mammals and young or sick deer.

Lifespan

Up to 20 years in the wild and over 30 years in captivity.

Canadian status

Special concern

Reproduction

The female mates every 3 or 4 years from the age of 3 years old between late May and early July. The embryo develops after a delayed implantation during the last 6 to 8 weeks of a 6 to 9 month gestation period. On average 2-3 cubs are born in the lair between January and March. They are weaned around 5 months old.

Predators

Man, wolf and other grizzly bear that can attack cubs.

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